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#5: 01-15-2013, 11:53 AM
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There will always be some left over when draining. Do not let it drain till its stop dripping. I am sure you could find some DIY oil changing videos on you tube that may help to at least give you a visual concept of what you need to do.Should take 5w-30 on the newer 2.5i